There are many, but just Few of Belgrade’s Best Coffee Shops! As the cold winter months approach us, we will all be heading in- doors and what better place to spend the colder days with friends, then sipping on some of Belgrade‘s best coffees. Coffee is a way of life and a daily ritual in Belgrade. There are many coffee shops throughout the city however we have discovered some of the best quality coffee that Belgrade has to offer.
Kafeterija has a few locations around Belgrade and is expanding, however there are two located in the city center at Dorcol and student square. Kafeterija has a really relaxed atmosphere and their coffee to some up in a couple of words is “simply amazing”. The coffee shop itself has a lot of attention to detail and the staff are very friendly. You can also choose from a selection of croissants and all coffee is served with Mint water. Kafeterija is open till late so you can always grab a coffee of an evening as well.
Koffein is another high quality coffee shop with 2 locations in the city center, one just off the main pedestrian street and on the other on the corner of Cara Dusana street and Francuska street. Koffein is a really cool place with a great selection of both hot and cold coffees, frappes,and teas. For those fans of macaroons,this place is for you as they have a great assortment with every flavor you can imagine.
Przonica is a funky coffee shop, located in Dobracina street in Dorcol, it is in an industrial setting and the coffee here is a must try, it is the perfect chill out place and has a great vibe. Przonica is an ultra cool and hip place for your daily coffee.
Uzitak located in Hilandarska street has a wide selection of coffee blends, as well as freshly squeezed juices, and teas. This a great place to have your morning coffee, and perhaps breakfast as they also offer a selection of croissants, cookies and muffins. If you are on the run you can also grab a take away coffee, as well as fresh blends that you can take home with you.
Great place to grab a coffee is definitely Aviator Coffee Explorer. Located on several spots in town, maybe the most famous is one at Terazije street, at zero point of Belgrade. According to team of Aviator, there are 96 ways to make a perfect cup of coffee (for example: Dripper, Aeropressa, Chemex, Syphone and many other ways of making). Aviator has his own coffee roaster which gives an opportunity to control all the stages on the way to the perfect coffee cups, which gives all the fans of this beverage the ultimate coffee experience from different parts of the world.
It takes no small amount of chutzpah to open a non-smoking cafe in Belgrade, so the owners of Family Cup should be commended for that alone. They’ve also negated the self-imposed regional handicap by offering a fine array of coffees in a comforting location, ticking all of the boxes outside of the one marked ‘way too many cigarettes’. The art only adds to the positive feelings here.